In my early days of rigging I posted on a rope forum critising the statment I kept hearing that the TK takes years to learn. Everyone seemed to have a really precious view of it – unless you have been doing it for years you cant possibly understand it. I asked was this view because of bad students or bad teachers?
That was two years ago and I have now found myself in the catagory of those people I was questioning. The more time goes on the more I realise I don’t know. I do not claim to be an expert by any stretch of the imagination. There are lots of ways to tie a TK, and while there are lots of right ways – safe ways, fun ways there are also lots of wrong ways.
One of the things I really struggled with when I was learning the TK was that I got so far through and then got lost. I would go to classes and think I had got it all down and then get home and realise that actually I had missed a bit. In an attempt to help make it easier for other people to learn we have produced a series of videos showing the TK stage by stage, so that you can practice each stage on its own:
For the rest.. have a look on youtube!